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Digitama (デジタマ, Dejitama; Dub: Digi-Egg), also referred to as Level 0[1] and Digi-egg[2], are eggs from which Digimon are born; they are the beginning and the end of all Digimon.[3] It is a portmanteau of the words "Digital" and "Tamago" (卵), egg in Japanese, hence it is literally translated as "Digi-Egg".

They come in a variety of colors, shapes, and sizes and typically hatch into Baby I Digimon, but will sometimes hatch directly into a higher form, even an Adult Digimon like Numemon.[4] In rare instances, it is possible for a single Digitama to produce twins.[5][6] Both Victory Greymon and Z'd Garurumon possess an evolutionary code that differs from Digimon that were naturally born in the Digital World, and it is thought they evolved from Digitama that were produced due to artificial data intervention.[7][8] Random data roaming about the Digital World may coalesce into a Digitama, or alternatively human involvement, as was the case with Kuramon whereby the aggression generated by the malice of people who abuse the Computer Network, and the conflicts which are unfolding on the Network, manifested, creating a single Digitama condensing humanity's destructive instinct within it.[9]

As a result of evolving from a Mamemon that fused with file management software data, Catch Mamemon seems to think that managing Digitama is its duty.[10]

Digimon that are deleted due to their life span ending, or being defeated in battle, are ultimately transmitted to the Dark Area where Anubimon has the ability to reset them back to a Digitama depending on how good their data is.[11] However, should that data be evil, it imprisons them within eternal darkness.[11] Furthermore, the process of being reincarnated as a Digitama is circumvented if Digimon are consigned to oblivion by the Digimon crowned as the Seven Great Demon Lords, and their data is sent to the center of the Dark Area, and becomes the flesh and blood of the Demon Lords.[12] Valkyrimon produces an aurora from the shining armor it wears, which resurrects the data of heroes that have fallen in battle, and returns them to a new Digitama.[13] After the death of a Jogressed Digimon, instead of reincarnating into two separate Digitama, sometimes the two Digimon will be reborn as a single combined Digitama with the potential to grow stronger than their previous forms. There are very rare occasions where Digimon have been reborn from within the corpse of their data instead of a Digitama as according to one theory, when Millenniumon died in a furious battle, the dark soul it possessed was reborn as Zeed Millenniumon.[14]



Digimon Adventure[edit]

Digimon Adventure 02[edit]

Digimon Adventure 02: Digimon Hurricane Touchdown!! Supreme Evolution!! The Golden Digimentals[edit]

At the end of the movie, Wallace finds Chocomon's Digitama, which would later hatch into the reborn Lopmon.

Lopmon's Digitama.

Digimon Tamers[edit]

Guilmon's Digitama.

Digimon Frontier[edit]

Seraphimon's Digitama.
Digitamas of Cherubimon and Ofanimon.

Digimon Savers[edit]

The Digital Accident Tactics Squad, DATS, was established to maintain the peace between the Real World and the Digital World by neutralizing any disruptions caused by Digimon, reverting them to their Digitama state and transporting them back to the Digital World via a Digital Dive.

Digimon Xros Wars: The Young Hunters Who Leapt Through Time[edit]

After Arresterdramon: Superior Mode (Brave Snatcher) destroys Quartzmon's core with the Brave Snatcher, he is reborn as a Digitama, which becomes part of Akashi Tagiru's Collection. The Digitama was then taken by Shoutmon back to the Digital World for safe keeping.[15]

Quartzmon's Digitama.

Digimon Adventure tri.[edit]

Digimon Universe Appli Monsters[edit]

Digimon Adventure:[edit]

Digimon Adventure 02: The Beginning[edit]


Digimon Next[edit]

Digimon Xros Wars[edit]


Digimon Seekers[edit]

Digitama are formed from the data or "soul" of dead Digimon that is reborn in another part of the Digital World. Digitama that washed up in the flow of garbage data often end up in the Last Coast, which poachers take advantage of.

In "1-5: Eiji:Wolf of ninth avenue", four Espimon used by code crackers that were high school students to obtain Digitama in the Last Coast to sell them for money appeared. All of them were "bots", automatically controlled by tools. They were, however, surrounded by the Digipolice's Commandramon squads, led by Tamahime Satsuki. The only Digitama they had obtained was quickly seized by them, as were their tools and everything else they had. Said Digitama was then taken by Judge and his Pulsemon, leaving the Digipolice without evidence.

Video Games[edit]


Digimon World[edit]

After the player's Digimon dies, they leave a Digitama behind. The player can then pick between four Digitamas, which will determine what Baby I-level Digimon is their next partner.

Digimon Story: Sunburst and Moonlight[edit]

Digimon World Re:Digitize and Decode[edit]

Digimon World -next 0rder- and International Edition[edit]

Digimon Linkz[edit]

Digimon ReArise[edit]

Digimon Survive[edit]

At the end of Part 11, Moral route, Renamon sacrifices themselves to save Minase Akiharu from an attack from Miyuki (Kenzoku), who was trying to stop him from saving Minase Miyuki. After the fight, Renamon dies from their wounds, however, instead of just vanishing, they become a Digitama, from which Miyuki can sense Renamon's life. In Part 12, Renamon is reborn from the Digitama after Miyuki confronts her and Haru's Shadows, beings born from their thoughts sent by the Master.

Virtual Pets[edit]


Card Game Alpha


Battle Spirits

Image Gallery[edit]


References Notes
DigitamaBaby IBaby IIChildAdultPerfectUltimate
Armor, Hybrid
Evolution Stage